Big Ten Basketball Tournament: Minnesota's Starting Lineup Announced By Trevor Mbakwe

The 2012 Big Ten Tournament is in its second day and, a bit surprisingly, the Minnesota Golden Gophers are still in action even without their top two big men in Trevor Mbakwe and Ralph Sampson III. The former has been out for most of the season, unfortunately, but he hasn't lost his sense of humor.

Mbakwe took to Twitter on Friday afternoon to do his version of the starting lineups. He doesn't make it clear, but it seems like he used the *Will Ferrell voice* while typing up the following tweets.

For those that didn't catch that: Andre Hollins, Austin Hollins, Joe Coleman, Rodney Williams and Elliott Eliason will be the starting five for Friday night's game against the Michigan Wolverines.

For more on the Minnesota Golden Gophers, check out The Daily Gopher. You can also learn more about college basketball around the nation at SB Nation's College Basketball hub.

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